“Do not save what is left after spending, but spend what is left after saving”
Hello my Beloved Readers
The things are moving fast in my life. I would even say really fast. While I was having a good time with my Friend, my dear Husband was on the phone with the BANK, asking for the details about the mortgage. The main question is if could get help from the bank to buy the house in the town other than we live now. The answer is YES, it is possible. There is a higher fee of taking a mortgage but still the conditions are more suitable for us, rather than staying in Dublin.
I am sorry for keeping you for so long with my weekly Update. I had some internet issues but the problem now is solved and I am ready to state that this week I am guilty of spending more than I should.
Good Afternoon my Friends,
How is your weekend going? I hope you HAVE A GREAT DAY!
Living in Dublin became super expensive. I still remember my first apartment in the capital of Ireland, about 7 years ago. It was a nice and bright one bedroom apartment, 10 minutes walk from the famous Temple Bar. It costed me 700€/ month that day. Well, these days are gone. If you will look at the property websites, for the 700€ you will get in Dublin at most a double room, if you are lucky. The place we rent at the moment with my Husband is decent, nothing special, but we definitely are not going to stay here for long time.
Good Morning My Dear Readers,
I hope you all are having Great Weekend!
I am spending my last days on my own before my Husband will arrive from his trip to Asia ( to be honest, I can’t wait for Him to be back!).
12th of November – THIS IS THE DATE. Not Tomorrow, not from the beginning of the month, not from 1st of January- Today is the date. Now is the date.